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Brunei Education

Training

The previously neglected teaching system is subject to expansion. The school duty is twelve years and starts at the age of 5. The primary school is six years old and is reviewed by almost all children. Students from different ethnic groups have different kinds of schools. 12% of the adult population is illiterate. Check topschoolsintheusa for test centers of ACT, SAT, and GRE as well high schools in the country of Brunei.

Study in Brunei

A university, founded in 1985, is located in the capital. In addition, there are schools for teacher training and technical education. Many students apply to the UK for higher education.

Bandar Seri Begawan

Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei on the north coast of Borneo; 296,500 in the urban area (2010). The city is located on a river outlet in the Gulf of Brunei and was previously an important trading town, but is now primarily the administrative center and residence town of the Sultan. About half the residents live in the more than 400-year-old Kampong Ayer, the water village, a collection of smaller villages of wooden houses built on piles by the river banks.

Some of the country's oil revenues have been used to provide the area with modern facilities (electricity, water, health clinics and schools), but there is no sewer system. Just south of the city is the Sultan's Palace. The Sultan of Brunei is considered to be the world's richest man, and the 1,800-room palace, completed in 1984, is the largest and probably the most expensive ever built.

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